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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    Today I am the happiest camper in the forest, because Adobe has made me love my Apple MacBook Pro laptop again. They released a free downloadable plug-in for Photoshop CS4 which disables the trackpad gestures on Apple's new MacBook Pro Laptops. No longer does my canvas rotate 40 or 50 times a day when I least expect it, and my document doesn't zoom out to a 1% view 30 or so times a day. No longer do I spontaneously string together groups of colorful adjectives, spoken at a high volume, as my blood pressure attains new heights. No today, there is nothing but love for Adobe, and now for my MacBook Pro as well. It's a good day. If you have been experiencing similar trackpad issues (which caused you to temporarily take on the vocabulary of Joe Pechi in the movie Casino), here's the…

    Last week, my buddy (and Photoshop Web guru) RC Concepcion was the guest on Dave Cross' blog's popular "Finish the Sentence" feature (here's the link). Anyway, in his response to the question, "I hate the fact that Photoshop..." RC had a really great answer (you'll have to check out Dave's blog to read his entire answer), but at the end of his answer, he had what I think was the quote of the week: "As much as I love the program... It’s Photoshop. School will be open on its birthday!" Well said RC. Make sure you read the whole thing (link above) and it will make more sense, but that quote kinda stands on its own.

    Just wanted to let you know that my new "Photoshop CS4 Mastering Camera Raw" class is now up live on Kelby Training Online. I tried something totally different in the way I teach Camera Raw for this online course, and I'm really excited about how it came out I'm putting together a short video clip on how the class is structured, and if all goes well, I'll post that clip here later this week. In the meantime, here's the link to my new class.

    Hi everybody. It's Friday, and here's what's up: Apple, I'm Begging You! I don't usually ask Apple for, well...anything, but today I'm begging; please, please, I implore you, give us an option to turn Gestures off on the new MacBook Pro laptops. Besides Photoshop CS4 rotating my canvas and zooming in/out all day, now I'm using Adobe InDesign CS4 as well, and now my text blocks rotate when I least expect it. Of course, it's not just Adobe products (or I'd be pleading to Adobe here instead). My font sizes change in Safari and Email a dozen times a day. It is driving me crazy!!!! OK, that's it----just had to get it off my chest. I'm OK now. My New Tour Dates, and Our New Tour Site We launched a totally redesigned (and vastly improved) version of our live one-day Photoshop seminars site (now…

    One of the highlights of my trip to San Francisco was getting to see the Hearst Gallery's retrospective on one of the most brilliant digital artists of our time, our good friend (and Photoshop Hall of Famer) Bert Monroy. What an amazing exhibition (and beautifully presented by the gallery---kudos to them for an outstanding job). The gallery was closed that day, but Bert arranged for us to have a private tour with him, and it was just amazing. I've seen Bert's amazing photo-realistic work many times over the years, but seeing it at that scale really revealed the incredible detail that he puts into his work. The shots below give you just a glimpse at the retrospective, and besides his work (all output on the latest Epson printers---including an entire section of the exhibit printed on large canvas), they had a number of important…

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